7 Hotels in Sandsend For Your Perusal.
We’ve compiled a list of the best hotels in Sandsend for you to consider for your next trip to North Yorkshire.
Sandsend is located just three miles from Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast. It is a small, yet full of charm, fishing village on the edge of the North York Moors National Park and part of the Cleveland Way Walk.
Originally Sandsend was a lot smaller but as cottages were built for workers locally, it ended up joining onto the village of East row and becoming just one village. For entertainment there is an art gallery, surf school, restaurants, cafes and pubs. Down on the sandy beach you will find rock pools, and perhaps even some fossils!
For a small village there are certainly plenty of places to stay nearby. These include some gorgeous hotels which are sure to make your holiday even more special than the village of Sandsend does itself.
The Raithwaite Estate is a fabulous coastal resort that includes two hotels, cottages, a lake house and spa. There really is accommodation to suit everyone here. From relaxing breaks to a couples retreat with pets, Raithwaite Estate has it all.
Set in over one hundred acres of ground you can choose from The Hall with its forty five bedrooms or The Keep with Twenty eight. Fancy something a little less formal and there are eight stone built cottages and a six bedroomed house.
The Hall – Set overlooking the gardens, The Hall is the largest of the two hotels onsite. Rooms available include standard, king size, super king size, queen size, and family suites. This hotel also includes The Courtyard to the front of the hotel which overlooks the woods and stream. Rooms here are set over two floors and you have the option of queen or king size beds.
The Keep – The Keep is a contemporary hotel set apart from The Hall and overlooking the woodland on the estate. Many rooms here are suitable for the disabled and also pet friendly. They are available in either a king size or super king size option. Some of the rooms in The Keep have interconnecting door should you need that type of access.
Cottages and Lake house – Whilst the cottages and lake house are not hotels in Sandsend, Whitby, they are a part of this estate and worth mentioning. Both come with everything you could need for your holiday and more. If you don’t want to cook for yourselves in the lake house a private chef and waiting staff can be arranged. If you stay in the cottages you have full access to the dining experiences at the hotels.
Dining at Raithwaite Estate comes with several options. You can formally dine in their brasserie which serves french classics with a Yorkshire twist or relax a little more in The Hunters Lounge. There is also a bar that serves light lunches, afternoon tea and signature cocktails. The perfect way to relax after a day out or a day in at the spa.
Should you choose to use the spa it is located within the main hotel, The Hall. There they have four treatment rooms, a heated pool, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and gym. Pampering packages are available from around £70.
The Woodlands Hotel
Here you will find peaceful tranquility whether you choose to stay in one of the hotels five rooms, or its holiday cottage situated just a stones throw from the beach. All the rooms are en-suite with Sky and wifi access. Each room also has individual character with some being bold and comfortable and others ornate and traditional.
The Schoolhouse Cottage sleeps up to six guests and has an open plan kitchen with wood burning stove. The entire cottage is comfortably furnished with a bathroom upstairs and down. There are two king size rooms here and one twin.
If you choose to dine here, The Woodlands Hotel offers locally sourced food with a seasonal menu and personal service. The bar and restaurant are open from 7pm Wednesday through to Sunday.
The Beach Hotel
The Beach Hotel is family run with all rooms having a wonderful sea view. It is located close to another beautiful village worth visiting called Grosmont.
Rooms at The Beach Hotel are all en-suite with flat screen TV’s and gorgeously comfy beds. Z beds are also available on request for young children with families, and well behaved pets are welcomed.
This hotel is in an ideal spot for visiting the North York Moors National Park, North York Moors Railway and the Whitby museum.
Estbek House Hotel
The Estbek House Hotel is a stunning Georgian property that is grade two listed. Previously it was the home of the Alum mining office being built in around 1750.
There are five traditional style rooms here all with meticulous attention to detail. Most of the rooms display artwork by artists such as Linda Lupton, Andrea Bailey and David Morris. All rooms have guest packs, tea/coffee, flat screen TV’s and Sky Free Sat.
Being an inn you can also eat at the Estbek House Hotels 2AA rosette restaurant. There you will find the finest quality food on a menu that changes daily. They pride themselves on using natural flavours and fresh local ingredients. You can also see them cook here as they have an open plan kitchen you can see right into.
This stunning Victorian Hotel was originally built as a ship builders retreat and is the perfect example of the countryside meeting the sea. Set amongst four acres of lawn it really is luxurious.
The rooms themselves have four poster beds and eygptian cotton sheets, the height of luxury. They are available in doubles, twins and family suite with adjoining doors.
Eating at Dunsley Hall means fresh cooked, simply presented and locally sourced fine fayre. They have their own kitchen garden which they use as much as possible. There is also a cosy bar serving local ales and Yorkshire gins.
The Stables is situated in a 17th century farmhouse where the stable courtyard has been transformed into luxury accommodation. Offered on a bed and breakfast basis the rooms are all equipped with en-suite bathrooms, handmade mattresses, flat screen TV’s, radios, phones, wifi and hospitality trays.
If you want something a little extra special, why not book the Stags Lodge. Not only does this have high standard accommodation but also a hot tub and sauna pod!
Food at The Stables is freshly prepared and seasonal with offerings from fish and chips to fillet steak. You can also enjoy your meal in The Stables beer garden where there is also a children’s play area.
The Wheeldale Hotel
The Wheeldale Hotel is a more casual environment but still highly rated at four stars. A number of its bedrooms offer fabulous sea views overlooking Whitby itself.
All rooms at this hotel are doubles as they do not accommodate for guests under eighteen years old. All thirteen of the rooms are bright and airy with some having separate seating areas.
Breakfast here includes full English with a vegetarian option plus yoghurts, toast, fruit, fruit juices and tea and coffee. Parking is free as is wifi and the Sky TV.
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Copper Cottage in Sandsend
Copper Cottage has been fitted to accommodate couples perfectly. The cottage is a single storey layout which is great for those that wish to avoid stairs. This barn conversion has buckets of character with stone walls, exposed beams and very impressive high ceilings.
With a self catering kitchen you’ll have the option to enjoy lovely nights in. Guest will adore the plush decor in the lounge and are sure to make full use of the unique stone fireplace that sets the space beautifully. The lounge area leads into a delightful sunroom which makes for a great peaceful space to catch up on reading or enjoy a tea break while taking in the breathtaking panoramic views of Sandsend and surrounding country.
The double bedroom has a really comfortable super king bed and the bathroom boasts a generously sized walk in shower. Like many of the other cottages on this list, this one boasts solid oak flooring throughout and access to a picturesque courtyard. An amazing break away for two awaits you!
Other Accommodation In Sandsend
Alternatively to hotels in Sandsend, Whitby you could choose to holiday in a luxury cottage. Sandsend Cottages offers two of these, Craigmore and Portland. Both are stunning with one offering a romantic getaway for two and the other a family holiday for up to seven people.
Craigmore – With stunning views of the sea round to Whitby Abbey Craigmore is a modern cottage equipped to the highest standard. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and a fabulous twenty foot kitchen/ dining area that is sure to be the hub of your time there.
It is furnished comfortably with sofa, chairs, flat screen TV, Sky, DVD’s and books. In the kitchen you will find a dishwasher, cooker, microwave, freezer, fridge, washer and tumble dryer. It really does have everything you need.
Porthole – This cottage comprises of a bedroom, sitting room, bathroom and kitchenette. It’s the ideal getaway for any romantic couple. Breakfast is taken care of here with a continental hamper being delivered to you every day.
The lounge comprises of a sofa, table, chairs and french window with lovely sea views. It also has a flat screen TV, radio, DVD, films, books and wifi. The kitchen is fairly basic but should have everything you need including fridge, kettle, cutlery, china and glasses.